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View of Sebastopol in 1855, after its siege by the British army during the Crimean war.
Cemetery at Sebastopol. This spot was highly important to the British forces in the Crimean war.
Aqueduct on Chornaya river, position held by the Kingdom of Sardinia in the Crimean war.
Camp of the allies of the Crimean war (England, France and the Ottoman Empire) at Sebastopol.
The monastery of Saint George at Balaklava, close to Sebastopol. In the background, cape Aya.
View of the harbour of Balaklava close to Sebastopol, Crimea. In the background, on the right, the ruins of the Genoese castle. On the left, ships of the British fleet.
Map of Crimea.
Ruins of Greek Orthodox monastery at Chatyr-Dan mountain range near Simferopol, Crimea.
View of the bay of Balaklava near Sebastopol, Crimea. In the background, the remains of the Genoese fortress.
View of Cimmerian Bosporus or Strait of Kerch withn the port of Kerch (anc. Panticapaeum), Crimea. In the background, the coast of Phanagoria, today Taman peninsula, Russia.
View of the Cimmerian Bosporus or Strait of Kerch (where the Black Sea joins the Sea of Azov). On the bottom right, Taman volcano, surnamed Prekla (hell) by the locals.
Sarcophagus from Asiatic Sarmatia (historical region west of the Caspian sea), used as a cistern, at the surroundings of Yeni Kale fortress in Crimea.
Observatory from which the Tatars of Kuban watched the movements of their Kirkassian neighbours. According to the author, in summer a fire was lit in these nests to keep the mosquitoes away.
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